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Hydrangea serrata can be grown as a low hedge, and it is quite wind tolerant.

H. serrata is similar to H. macrophylla except it is a smaller more compact shrub with smaller flowers and leaves Hydrangea serrata has a rounded habit, featuring dark green, serrated (toothed), ovate leaves, and clusters of long-flowring blue or pink lacy flowerheads in summer.

The flowers appear on old wood, and a little pruning is required. It may be pruned after flowering by cutting back flowering stems to a pair of healthy buds.

Weak or winter-damaged stems should be pruned in early spring.

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